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Many people are a little puzzled when it comes to completing their thesis acknowledgement page and it’s really not necessary because a thesis acknowledgement is nothing new to us. Remember the messages to loved ones and friends an author would put in the front of the books you read as a child? Well that’s kind of what a thesis acknowledgement page is – just a little bit more formal.
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The answer to this question is different for everyone – you should include those who helped you the most, if anyone. A thesis acknowledgment page is considered the “norm”, but if you feel like you did it all by yourself, you’re not compelled to include one. Common thesis acknowledgement goes to University staff – the lecturers and assistants who have helped you through your degree.
Including friends and family is usually the done thing – especially those who have stood by you during those hectic weeks and months before your thesis was due. Your stress will not have gone unnoticed by those around you so show some gratitude for their patience by including a little thanks in your thesis acknowledgement page.